Teaching has been one very nice occupation in the country Ghana which has helped in the raising of high and prestigious people in the country.
Recently has gotten the attention of Ghanaians that some young Ghanaian teachers have taken the field of teaching into a different dimension. A young Ghanaian female teacher has recorded herself doing something strange in her class and many Ghanaians after coming across this video couldn't keep mute over it.
In the Teaching rules, it's much prohibited to show off such activities to the pupils as a teacher was seen dancing and shaking her backside in the video to her primary students. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that some of her students are sleeping while others are watching what she doing in class. Her students are children probably between the ages of 3 and 7 years old.
The location of the teacher still goes unknown but her looks with the surroundings prove she's a teacher and should be dealt with for her behaviour. This female teacher was seen setting the camera on herself and twerking to her students. Some of the male students in the class were seen in the video looking at the backside of their madam as she twerked.
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